Howie Mandel Net Worthor

Howie Mandel Net Worthor

Howie Mandel Net Worth

Howie Mandel net worth: Howie Mandel is a Canadian-born actor, comedian, and TV host who has a net worth of $60 million dollars. Howie Mandel first became widely known for his work on the 1980s television drama, "St. Elsewhere." More recently. he's worked as one of the judges on "America's Got Talent" and hosted the American and Canadian editions of the game show "Deal or No Deal."


Career: In September 1978, Mandel booked a week-long gig as a featured act. He was billed as "wild and crazy, borderline psychotic." In the late 1970s, he took a trip to Los Angeles and was able to do a standup set at the Comedy Store's amateur night that landed him a job as a regular performer at the world-famous comedy store. A producer for the syndicated comedy game show "Make Me Laugh" saw one of Mandel's sets and booked him for several appearances on the show in 1979 and 1980. During the summer of 1979, he booked a gig to open for David Letterman.Early Life: Howard Michael Mandel was born on November 29, 1955, in Toronto, Ontario, California. Mandel's father was a real estate agent and lighting manufacturer. Growing up, Mandel was a class clown. He was fond of pulling pranks on friends and family. He was expelled from high school for impersonating a school official to hire a construction company to build an addition to his school. He worked as a carpet salesman after high school. Mandel started developing his stand up routine at Toronto comedy club Yuk Yuk's.

Mandel's fame was aided by his six-year run on the television drama "St. Elsewhere" starting in 1982. While appearing on "St. Elsewhere," he continued to work as a comedian. He also did work in film, including voicing Gizmo in 1984's "Gremlins" as well as its 1990 sequel. He booked a gig on "Late Night with David Letterman" in November 1985. He performed his stand-up comedy act in several cities (the Watusi Tour). He is the creator and executive producer of"Bobby's World" (1990–1998), an Emmy-nominated children's animated series which ran for eight seasons on Fox and was later syndicated.Throughout the 1990s, Mandel worked on a variety of projects including guest-starring roles on television, short-lived series, and televised cable comedy specials. In 1998, he hosted his own syndicated talk show, "The Howie Mandel Show," which was canceled after one season. (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)


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